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|Other titles||Cures attributed to the royal touch.|
|Statement||by Edward Law Hussey.|
|Contributions||Riddell, William Renwick, 1852-1945|
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|Pagination||27,  p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||27|
Download On the cure of scrofulous diseases attributed to the royal touch
The royal touch (also known as the king's touch) was a form of laying on of hands, whereby French and English monarchs touched their subjects, regardless of social classes, with the intent to cure them of various diseases and conditions. The thaumaturgic touch was most commonly applied to people suffering from tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis (better known as scrofula or the King's Evil.
Touching for ‘the King’s evil’: a short history To modern eyes, the idea that a king or queen could, by virtue of their status, heal disease might seem extraordinary.
This was exactly the premise behind the ‘royal touch’, a practice used for many centuries in Europe. On the cure of scrofulous diseases attributed to the Royal Touch', (). Philosophic words, a study ofstyle and measuringAuthor: L C McHenry and R MacKeith. This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Even for those with the chronic disease of scrofula, abscesses and swollen glands often disappear on their own, sometimes reappearing much later. If the sores disappeared days, weeks or even years later, the king’s touch was credited with the cure.
In Shakespeare’s play Macbeth (early s), the royal touch to cure scrofula is described. HUSSEY, EDWARD, 'On the cure of scrofulous diseases attributed to the royal touch', ArchaeoL J.,10, ; Emphasisadded.
Theregister bookefor Stanton St. Johns (Robert Pepper Register); unpaginated. For an earlier treatment, with respect to. The royal touch (also known as the king's touch) was a form of laying on of hands, whereby French and English monarchs touched their subjects, regardless of social classes, with the intent to cure them of various diseases and conditions.
The thaumaturgic touch was most commonly applied to people suf. Full text of "Essays on the Effects of Iodine in Scrofulous Diseases: Including an Inquiry Into the Mode of " See other formats.
the cure of scrofulous diseases. FREE TO ALL. Pierce's Common Sense Medi cal Adviser, 1, large pages and over illustrations, is sent free receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
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Sena 31 one-cent stamps for the book in cloth binding, or only 21 stamps if satis fied to have the book in paper-covers. After referring to his majesty in most flattering terms, he continues concerning “the admirable effects and wonderful events of his royal cure throughout all nations, where not only English, Dutch, Scotch, and Irish have reaped ease and cure, but French, Germans, and all countreyes whatsoever, far and near, have abundantly seen and received.
The prominent aim of medicine being to discriminate, and to cure diseases, both the teacher and the student naturally fix upon that as their chief object, and are consequently apt to overlook the indirect (!) but substantial aid, which an acquaintance with the laws of health is calculated to afford, in restoring the sick as well as in.
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The King’s Evil, or scrofula, is tuberculosis of the lymph nodes of the neck. It was called the King’s Evil because it was believed that only the touch of a King could cure it.
The disease often went into remission on its own, so the Royal Touch appeared to work. book ix. the natural history of fishes. book x. the natural history of birds. book xi. the various kinds of insects. book xii. the natural history of trees book xiii.
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These services obtained for them great power and influence and increased wealth. The ancient Egyptians attributed all diseases to the anger of the gods. “Phthisis makes its attacks chiefly between the age of eighteen and thirty-five,” he wrote in his aphorisms, clearly recognizing the predilection of young adults for active tuberculosis.
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He was transported to Queen Anne's presence in the belief, common at the time, that the royal touch could cure "the King's Evil," as scrofula was called. All his life he had poor vision and : John Geirland. The King's Evil: scrofula, physicians and the Royal Touch.
The King's evil, or scrofula, were the terms used in the past to designate what we now call tuberculous adenitis of the : Ignacio Duarte. Royal Blood. It's real, it's significant, and only the person who's really got it is suitable for the throne. In Fantasy, it may actually endow the person with magical powers, or even be required by the land (and, unfortunately, making it useful in Blood Magic).Features even in SF for a Feudal when it comes to being Offered the Crown, Royal Blood may encourage them to choose you.
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The leaves, boiled down in wine, cure both the complaints mentioned above and also scrofulous swellings, superficial abscesses and sores on the face. The ashes of the root are a remedy for fox-mange and for cracks on the feet or seat, and the juice of the root boiled in oil for chilblains and bums.
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